Summer Camp: Cherokee, Catawba & First Settlers

Travel back to the time of the Upcountry’s indigenous people while unearthing the connection between archaeology and history with our mini “archaeology dig” that will allow children to uncover artifacts left behind by Native Americans and early settlers. Children will create a 13-moon calendar, red clay pottery and construct a model ship similar to those that transported settlers. 2020 SUMMER CAMPS: Children can choose from weekly themed camps that will cover various areas of history, art, music and even venture behind-the-scenes of the Museum world. Each week we will offer: - 3-hour morning camp for children ages 6-12 - plenty of hands-on learning opportunities - creative activities and art projects - the chance to explore our past in ways a typical visit to the Museum would not allow COST: UHM Members - $150 Non-members - $170 Find out more about our weekly Summer Camps at: https://www.upcountryhistory.org/educational-resources/summercamps/
  • August 4, 2020
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